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Issue #82 of the always popular Midwest Wargamer's Association Newsletter (MWAN), featuring complete rule sets! The contents of this issue include; 

1- Editorial (Hal Thinglum)

9- Using Pogs as Stands for Miniatures Wargames (Steve Carroll)

10- Miniature Figures Review (David Barnes)

15- Springtime In Pontes-An Ancients Wargame Report (Chris Hahn)

27- Fanion (David Bonk)

36- Bits & Pieces (Curtis Murff)

44- Napoleon's Battles-Army Lists for the Large Sized Battles (Tom Barkalow)

59- Campaigning by Narrative (Abbott Kominers)

73- BRAVE MEN'S BLOOD-ZULU WAR RULES (Mike McVeigh)

87- Recruiting Kids to HMGS (Chris Engle)

91- National Modifiers-Fueling the Flames (Michael Schundler)

93- QUEST FOR FIRE: CRO-MAGNON DBM ARMY LIST RULES (Jonathan Keepers)

94 What's New In Hal's Mailbox

98- Help Wanted! (Generals Only, Need Apply) (Jim Getz)

103- Togail Nam Bo and Other Sport (Paul Hinson)

104- When We Remembered To Laugh (Jerry Lannigan)

106- Playing, Painting and Buying 10mm Figures (David Smith)

109- The Rule Of Twelve (Brent Oman)

110- RULES OF ENGAGEMENT-SKIRMISH RULES (Pete Panzeri)

112- Why Do We Have To Have                   (Jim Getz)

115- The World At War  Wargaming WWII  Juggling Tanks: The Balancing Act in Scenario
          Design (Charles Sharp)

120- THE RULES WITH NO NAME-A STRAIGHT FORWARD SET OF RULES FOR

TRIGGERNOMETRY BLOODSHED & MAYHEM IN THE OLD WILD WEST (B. Ansell) 135- Ten Reasons to Game in 15mm (George Dullagan)

136- Some Thoughts on Solo Wargaming (Rich Barbuto)

141- Four Scenarios for Wild West (Peter Panzeri)

145- Wargames Foundry and Guernsey Foundry Figure Reviews (Richard Brooks)

149- The Rantings of an Unemployed 30-Something Evangelical Christian Colonial Wargamer
           (Randall Weiss)

150- The Battle of Naaf River-Burman, 18th May, 1824 (Mark Bevis)

154- Wargaming the Taiping Rebellion (Michael Huskey)

156- A Propposal for HMGS National (Steven Verdoliva)

157-'DECLARE THEE SIR...WARGAMING RULES FOR THE ECW(Rich Smethurst)

161   Letters

181- Sutler's Wagon

183- Upcoming Events (S. Richard Black)

185- 10mm Figures-A Hopefully Non-bias Comment of the Pros & Cons (Roger Dospil)

186- My Experiences With 10mm Figures (Robert Piepenbrink)

188- Handling Non-participating Players (Jon Laughlin)

190- Review of Eagles (Larry Clowers)

 
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